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Odds on Which SEC Coach Will be Fired First in 2018

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Jul/29/2018

BetOnline.ag released odds on which SEC coach will be fired first, and it doesn't paint a pretty picture for LSU coach Ed Orgeron. SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE

In just his second season as the full-time coach of the Tigers, Orgeron is listed at the top of board followed by Missouri's Barry Odom, Vanderbilt's Derek Mason and second-year Ole Miss coach Matt Luke.

Here are the full odds for all 14 SEC teams.

Coach School Odds

Ed Orgeron

LSU

9/4

Barry Odom

Missouri

5/2

Derek Mason

Vanderbilt

5-1

Matt Luke

Ole Miss

6-1

Mark Stoops

Kentucky

7-1

Gus Malzahn

Auburn

20-1

Will Muschamp

South Carolina

20-1

Jeremy Pruitt

Tennessee

20-1

Joe Moorhead

Mississippi State

33-1

Chad Morris

Arkansas

33-1

Dan Mullen

Florida

50-1

Kirby Smart

Georgia

50-1

Jimbo Fisher

Texas A&M

50-1

Nick Saban

Alabama

50-1

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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